John Hunt
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High-quality male field crickets invest heavily in sexual display but die young
J Hunt, R Brooks, MD Jennions, MJ Smith, CL Bentsen, LF Bussiere
Nature 432 (7020), 1024, 2004
4382004
What is genetic quality?
J Hunt, LF Bussiere, MD Jennions, R Brooks
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (6), 329-333, 2004
3702004
Male–male competition, female mate choice and their interaction: determining total sexual selection
J Hunt, CJ Breuker, JA Sadowski, AJ Moore
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (1), 13-26, 2009
3302009
Female mate choice as a condition-dependent life-history trait
J Hunt, R Brooks, MD Jennions
The American Naturalist 166 (1), 79-92, 2005
2322005
Experimental evidence for multivariate stabilizing sexual selection
R Brooks, J Hunt, MW Blows, MJ Smith, LF Bussière, MD Jennions
Evolution 59 (4), 871-880, 2005
1982005
Sperm competition games played by dimorphic male beetles
LW Simmons, JL Tomkins, J Hunt
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1961999
Patterns of fluctuating asymmetry in beetle horns: an experimental examination of the honest signalling hypothesis
J Hunt, LW Simmons
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 41 (2), 109-114, 1997
1871997
MATERNAL AND PATERNAL EFFECTS ON OFFSPRING PHENOTYPE IN THE DUNG BEETLE ONTHOPHAGUS TAURUS
J Hunt, LW Simmons
Evolution 54 (3), 936-941, 2000
1702000
The indirect benefits of mating with attractive males outweigh the direct costs
ML Head, J Hunt, MD Jennions, R Brooks
PLoS Biology 3 (2), e33, 2005
1692005
Fighting success and attractiveness as predictors of male mating success in the black field cricket, Teleogryllus commodus: the effectiveness of no-choice tests
MA Shackleton, MD Jennions, J Hunt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58 (1), 1-8, 2005
1642005
Complex Multivariate Sexual Selection on Male Acoustic Signaling in a Wild Population of Teleogryllus commodus
CL Bentsen, J Hunt, MD Jennions, R Brooks
The American Naturalist 167 (4), E102-E116, 2006
1572006
Optimal foraging for specific nutrients in predatory beetles
K Jensen, D Mayntz, S Toft, FJ Clissold, J Hunt, D Raubenheimer, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1736), 2212-2218, 2012
1422012
The role of genotype‐by‐environment interactions in sexual selection
FC Ingleby, J Hunt, DJ Hosken
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (10), 2031-2045, 2010
1422010
Evolution of sexual dimorphism and male dimorphism in the expression of beetle horns: phylogenetic evidence for modularity, evolutionary lability, and constraint
DJ Emlen, J Hunt, LW Simmons
the american naturalist 166 (S4), S42-S68, 2005
1352005
Status-dependent selection in the dimorphic beetle Onthophagus taurus
J Hunt, LW Simmons
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1262001
Fluctuating paradigm
LW Simmons, JL Tomkins, JS Kotiaho, J Hunt
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1201999
Males Influence Maternal Effects That Promote Sexual Selection: A Quantitative Genetic Experiment with Dung Beetles Onthophagus taurus
JS Kotiaho, LW Simmons, J Hunt, JL Tomkins
The American Naturalist 161 (6), 852-859, 2003
1152003
Sinister strategies succeed at the cricket World Cup
R Brooks, LF Bussiere, MD Jennions, J Hunt
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1082004
Threshold evolution in exotic populations of a polyphenic beetle
AP Moczek, J Hunt, DJ Emlen, LW Simmons
Evolutionary Ecology Research 4 (4), 587-601, 2002
1072002
Quantifying the strength and form of sexual selection on men's traits
AK Hill, J Hunt, LLM Welling, RA Cárdenas, MA Rotella, JR Wheatley, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 34 (5), 334-341, 2013
1052013
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